[Novalug] vi question
macoafi at gmail.com
Sat Jul 5 00:55:17 EDT 2008
On Sat, 2008-07-05 at 00:51 -0400, Charles M Howe wrote:
> I am entering data using vi. It is formatted in a way that a Python
> program (which I have yet to write) is to read it. (A field in lines 1-4
> (or should that be 0-3?), a field in 6-7, etc.)
> One thing that helps me is the fact that a default setting shows what
> line and character I am at. But evidently I have changed that setting to
> wipe that out.
> The only vi reference I have is the chapter on vi in "Linux in a
> Nutshell". I haven't spotted the command to get back to the default I
> want. Any ideas? Can I say :set to get all default settings? If so, is
> that a good idea?
that's on and off, respectively
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